Two days after celebrating a gold medal victory with the U.S. women's ice hockey team on the ice at the Canada Cup in Vancouver in September 2009, Cornelia Cannon Holden, MDiv '03, found herself back on the HDS campus—a place that, on the surface, seems an unlikely training ground for her current work.
Holden serves as the sports psychology consultant for the U.S. women's national hockey team, a position in which she is part nondenominational chaplain, part massage therapist, but wholly, as she puts it, a safe harbor. Read more about Helping to Heal
A conference on religion, ethics, and peace was held at Harvard Divinity School November 13-14 to celebrate the important role David Little has played in shaping the fields of religious ethics, peace, justice, and human rights studies. Read more about Honoring the Career of David Little